ST. AUGUSTINE HISTORICAL RESTORATION AND PRESERVATION COMMISSION
P. O. Box 484 46 St. George St.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
RESEARCH BLOCK 9, Lot 3
1. 1764 Puente map shows:
#149 Casa de piedra de Francisco Christastomo 19 x 6U v.
2. 1765 (?) Moncrief Map shows: Mr. Fish.
3. Mr. Fish account book did not record his name.
4. 1788 Rocque map shows:
Square 1h, #101
Two-story house of walls of tabby and some wood, in bad
condition, owned by Diego Carreras, the same that his brother
Juan Carreras left him which it is said was a gift from the
English Governor; with its lot.
5. 1790 Quesada's List.
(Add 666 1/2 rr.)
Rubble work masonry house with lot of the King held by Diego
Carreras, bounded: S. by Forrester, N. by King's lot used as
stables, E. by the heirs of Fish, W. by the street called
Ornavegae St. 21 (N-S) x 62 v. at 1/2 rr, per sq. vara.... 666 1/2 rr.
Rubble work masonry wall and chimney 2 0
906 1/2 rr.
Wood work worthless
6. 1791 Escrituras, 12 January 1791
20 December 1792
p. 126 Mortgage May 4. M. Hernindez same for Domingo Correras
ooquina house St. George St. No. 80 which Correras mortgages
Block 9, Assessor's Inventory 80.
7. 1793 Census
#115--Diego Carreras soon of Juan and Maria Triay of 50 years.
Clara Paseti his wife, daughter of Andris and Gertrudis Ponz of
20 years. Maria daughter of the said of 5 years.
Gertrude's sister of 2 years.
A slave Catechuman.
Andres Paseti son of Tonas and of Sangarote of 47 years.
Maria Castell his wife, daughter of Bartolom6 and of Agneda
Segi of 33 years.
Andres son of the said of 7 years.
Bartolome brother of 2 years.
Thomas son of the said Andreu and his first wife Gertrudis Ponze,
spinster of 17 years.
Research, Block 9, Lot 3 -- P. 2
Magdalena sister of the said of 15 years.
Gertrudis sister of 12 years.
Agueda Segui daughter of said Costel and her former husband
Juan Segui of 10 years.
4 slaves, 1 of these Baptised.
Escrituras 9 January 1793
20 December 179U.
p. 113 v. Sale. July 27, Diego Carreras and Juan Hernindez
owning with Gaspar Hernmndez a school? sell to Pedro de Cala and
one of the Hernandez brothers,
8. 1800 Tax c1800
#80. House of coquina and lot belonging to the King occupied by
Diego Carreras, bounded front by street called street of the
Hornwork, S. by Forrester, N. by the King's lot used as a stable,
E. by heirs of Fish. N. 21 x E. 62 . . . . . . . . 1333
Note: The above house and lot were knocked down to Diego Carreras
at the sale of these and other properties returned to the Royal
domain, which was held by the Government on the 8 of April 1799 (?)
and he assumed obligation and bond on the 4 May of said year.
Note: This day was issued title of ownership and possession in
perpetuity of the above house and lot by the Government in favor
of the aforesaid Diego Carreras, in virtue of the Royal cedula of
17 June 1801 remitting to those in debt for quitrents the payment of
principal and rents of the houses and lots they acquired when returned
to the Royal domain. --St. Augustine, Florida, 13 August 1802.
9. 1802 Escrituras, 2 January 1801
30 December 1802.
p. 320 v. Aug. 13. White confirms title to Diego Carreras of
coquina house and lot No. 80, block 9. Bought at auction May 4, 1791.
Measures NS 21 1/2 EW 62. Bounded N. by F, X. Sanchez, S. by
Gerard Forrester, E. by Mateo Guadarrama, W. by St. George street.
Block 9, Assessor's Inventory 80.
East Florida Papers
3 pages 268, 268 v and 269.
March 10, 1816
Francisco (?) Sanchez and wife to Maria Antonia Hue house on
St. George St., etc.
Library of Congress.
Research, Block 9, Lot 3 M P. 3.
10. 1834 Clements survey shows:
Lot N. 13 Gertrudis Ponts (present claimant)
Diego Caraes (original claimant)